I already have Mint 11 and would like to upgrade to 12. Would I have to do a complete reinstall and lose everything that I have saved on my current system? If so, is there a way around this?
Well they've got a desktop a bit similar to Windows, unlike Ubuntu. And they don't use Unity, which a lot of people have been hating lately.I am hearing quite a bit about Mint nowadays. What's the main attraction of Mint? I mean besides having a refreshing name.
In that case, I may give Mint a try. btw does it run from a pendrive? And can I make a Mint pendrive without using a cdrom? I am asking because my cdrom drive is dead.Well they've got a desktop a bit similar to Windows, unlike Ubuntu. And they don't use Unity, which a lot of people have been hating lately.
Unetbootin is really great: http://unetbootin.sourceforge.net/I have used that feature in Ubuntu. It's called wubi. I have problems trying to make an Ubuntu pendrive from Puppy Linux. Does anyone know how to do that?